The four Pandavas who were left in the forest set off on a tour of the sacred sites of Ancient India, with the Sage Lomasha as their guide. At a stopover near the historic hermitage that once belonged to Agastya, we are treated to one of the stories about this fabled hermit. I have to confess to skipping a second story, because I simply couldn't make much sense of it. While it tangentially involved Agastya, it also involved King Sagara, whose wife gave birth to a pumpkin and he was advised to... Topics: Agastya, Lomasha
It's deja-vu all over again, as the Pandavas move from the hermitage of Nar-Narayan to another one on the slopes of Mt Kailash, named for Arstisena. Another flower wafts down the hill, and Draupadi again sends Bhima off in search of the source. Bhima completely forgets Yuddistira's injunction about making trouble and he invades Kubera's kingdom, starting a war with the god's "genial leprechaun" army. There's no Hanuman this time around, but we do at least get an explanation for... Topics: Agastya, Arstisena, Kubera, Manimat, Nivatakavacas, Vimana
Agastya Saṁhitā (literally: "Agastya code") is a Sanskrit text written by indian Ṛṣi (rishi) Agastya. It is one of the Pāñcarātra Texts. Topics: Agastya, Agasthya, Agasti, sanhita, samhita, agastyasanhita, agastyasamhita
2015Apr02 - Finance for Marketing Executives of Agastya Agro Ltd - Programme organized by Interface Agricultural Technologies, held at Royal Reve Hotel, Secunderabad. As a part of a 2 Day Executive Development Programme, a session was devoted to Fiance for Marketing Executives. I had the good opportunity of taking the session. A power point presentation was used and if interested in having a copy of the same, you are requested to drop a line: email@example.com Topics: Finance for Marketing Executives, Agastya Agro Ltd, Interface Agricultural Technologies, Prof. V....